34 Parks near Dillard, Georgia
Nov 2014 - $0.00
Nice, smaller SP in the mtns of NE Georgia. Clean bathhouses with good hot water and pressure, nice assortment of products in the office for sale like shirts, hats, bait, general supplies. Trout fishing, nice stream and lake views. Paved roads with crush-n-run drives and all seemed to look level. No cell or internet service, would have been nice at times, but in the big picture you're not suppose to be inside anyway..... - gsc66
Apr 2010 - $28.00
This was our first camping trip in our new camper. We have a lot to learn but we really enjoyed this camp ground. It was well kept and the people in the office were very helpful and friendly. The only reason I did not give it a 10 was because the spot we had we could not get the full use of our awning because of a tree. We stayed for 3 nights and really enjoyed camping here and the trout fishing near by. - 1newcamper
Apr 2009 - $25.00
This is a nice small park. The sites are nice, but close together. This is not a park to go to if you want privacy. The restroom facilities were one of the nicest I've seen in my 20 years of camping. Also, had nice laundry facilities. The Park is on the edge of Lake Burton, which is very pretty, especially at dusk. Little bike riding opportunity within park - just one paved loop around the park. The GPS stated that the campground was on Hwy 97 coming from Clarkesville several miles before where the CG is actually located. Just something to be aware of if you use a GPS. - judeebug
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Very convenient park with lovely views. Easy in and out for big rigs. FHU with cable TV. Wi-Fi is a joke so if you need it for connecting with work or family you will be disappointed. Laundry was very clean, but a bit pricy from other campgrounds.
Lots of space to walk your dog and a dog pen. Would be nice if people would pick up after their pet. This is an ongoing problem in parks. If you aren't willing to pick up then don't have a dog. It's that simple. In spite of a $15 fine for not doing so, we had several instances where we had to wash off our shoes: not pleasant. Of course, you have to catch the violators.
Picnic table at site, 2 pools, playground, community center, lots of activities if you want to join them. Or you can just relax at your site or the indoor adults only pool. - SerenityRVing
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Came here with a retired military club had a great club house nice area. - jamie1
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Rate is based on weekly stay and is very reasonable for the mountains of GA/NC. Very pretty park with mountain views. Site was level gravel back-in. Paved or pull-through sites not available at weekly rate. Our first site was too narrow for slides and awnings. Staff was very accommodating and helpful on changing sites. Outdoor pool very small but there is a huge indoor spa which is adults only. Would definitely stay here again. - Bunci
Jul 2011 - $21.00
I have stayed in other campgrounds that were close to the highway and hated it. This one has the advantage of being in a great location and is just far enough off the beaten path to maintain a sense of quiet and privacy. The slow moving river behind most of the sites is nice and they each have their own little covered deck. What we didn't know was that each evening before sunset, the otters would swim by. That was cool. I did not see sewage but there are hookups and fire pits strategically placed. Bath house was a bit of a compromise but I would be happy to camp there again. - Palomino Highwall
Apr 2016 - $32.00
The park itself is beautiful. We could not ask for better prettier scenery. We stayed for three nights and the restrooms/bathhouses not only needed cleaning but were also never stocked with hand soap or toilet paper. When checking in the staff was complaining about the person in line in front of us trying to purchase a souvenir t-shirt for their child. Campsites were clean but road noise was a constant bother when sitting outside. We love staying at Georgia State Parks but this one was very disappointing. - egar1861
Nov 2015 - $18.00
We found the access from HWY 23 easy and two parking spots to register with a very helpful and friendly office attendant that explained the Georgia State Park pass and that cash only is accepted. Then we ventured via the narrow interior road to our very level and tight fully paved pull thru to realize that the assigned site would not allow our slides to be put out. Finally, after much maneuvering we found site 42 would work because of different tree spacing . In after thought, I believe the back in sites have more width for slides. We had highway noise but not disturbing and water was very lightly discolored. Power is strong. - RJourney
Sep 2014 - $27.00
First off, this review is about the campground, NOT the park itself. The park and the Gorge is beautiful, well maintained and just amazing. The campground is not run by the State of Georgia - it is run by Georgia Power Company. While the campground is very clean with level sites, they are on top of each other. You basically look at another camper. Others have also pointed out the problems with the location of electrical and water hookups. Most disappointing was the volunteer campground host! As we checked in, he said he wished there were no tent campers, no dogs and no one under the age of 50; they are trouble makers. The sites are assigned, and although we had made reservations months prior, he admitted moving us from several other better sites to what we thought to be the least desirable space on the whole campground. He said he did that because other people were staying longer. When I asked to be moved because I was unhappy with the site, he was rude and said "This may not be the place for you - do you want your money back and go somewhere else?" We were able to talk him into letting us move but will not come back here. - Buddy Ray
Oct 2014 - $0.00
We camped just down the road at the Tallulah Gorge State Park and drove past this campground in Oct. 2014 - Tallulah River Walk was closed - boarded up with a For Sale sign on it. I guess the previous reviewer's comment about it being in forclosure was correct. Their website is still online but that's probably because their hosting hasn't expired. - Buddy Ray
Mar 2014 - $35.00
This has to be the worst campground we ever stayed at. Narrow roads, rowdy campers, road noise, sites not maintained. Price was steep for what you get. From what I've read online the place is in foreclosure. Stay far away from this place. - shephard1
Oct 2013 - $10.00
Hard to find. Very hard to maneuver through park and back in your site. Narrow, steep roads with low-hanging tree branches. Restrooms were dirty and rundown. Workers are rude if you can find one. This was a nice place years ago. Now it is awful. Cannot believe it is still in business. There was a kid walking around with a gun shooting near our RV. - travel america
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Level sites, gravel roads and sites. Very quiet campground with lots of things to do. The permanent people are very friendly and invited us to join them in all their activities. Sites available along the river. - esta34950
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here because it was the closest available to Highlands where we were visiting family.
We asked for a spot along the river which we got (#45) but there was no shade. Also the river was underwhelming. Small, slow moving. There were other sites with much better shade and if we had to do it over again, we would have asked for a spot with the most shade vs. a spot along the river. Wi-Fi worked well as did our phone (AT&T).
There were a lot of long-timers there. It seemed a fair number were there for longer than just the season. Everyone was friendly and we felt safe. Mostly older people. Fairly crowded. They had a schedule of events including bingo, cards, church, etc. We didn't attend any but I thought it was a nice touch. They had a large group room and there were usually older people in there playing cards.
One down side was that it was hard to find someone in the office. It wasn't consistently open during business hours which was frustrating. They did have a nice selection of movies (no charge) which was a bonus. However there was no drop-off box or slot to put the movies in and we didn't want to call the emergency number because it clearly wasn't an emergency.
The bathrooms and showers were impressively clean.
Overall, this was a convenient stop, but next time we'd try something else. If you want to hang out with a pleasant group of older people that like to play cards, bingo, etc. it might be for you. - GearDown
May 2016 - $30.00
This park is a hidden gem. We booked last minute for Memorial Day weekend and were pleasantly surprised. Our initial impression was not good as there are many run down trailers around. But the more transient sites were level pull-throughs and we were joined by several other motorhomes. The park was very quiet and friendly. It is on a pristine river with a brook and area for swimming and canoeing. There is a large pet area. We were 5 minutes from Franklin and shops and restaurants. There are fancier parks in the area but this is a great spot and a bargain. - Bunci
Jul 2012 - $26.00
Great campground with a great and very helpful staff. Would highly recommend. - buddyboys
Aug 2008 - $26.00
Our site was changed 3 times, and the last time, the site they gave us, someone was already in there. Dogs ran wild, doing their business anywhere and on our camper tires. The campground had potential but I guess since the campground was for sale, the owners let it run down somewhat. The pictures on their website is way out of date. The roads are in disrepair and would be a beast for a camper 30' or larger. We will not be back. - The Dellinger's
Apr 2007 - $24.00
Difficult for big rigs but doable. Only 1 pull thru site. Waterline was broken but didn't tell us until after we paid. NO refunds. Camp rumour has they are closing the RV side and making it a mobile home park. Mostly seasonals. Gem mine on site is owned by someone else. We wouldn't stay here in future. Too hard to get to with little to show for it. - Mushroom
May 2008 - $1.00
This place has been out of business since 2004 or 2005. I think it is a trailer park if it is even still around. - bigdiesel81
Sep 2015 - $85.00
Beautiful view from some sites. Not a low cost park. - Clarence Barinowski
Oct 2014 - $17.00
We have been fulltiming for the past 4 months and this has been our favorite campground so far especially for a small campground. Upon arriving, the host was there to greet us and help us back into our site and was extremely helpful throughout our stay. Within the campground itself there was a small covered gathering area that had a TV and large fireplace and next to this was a large covered kitchen and BBQ area that had the stream running next to it. A five minute walk on the 51 acre property brings you to another large covered gathering area that had a kitchen, BBQ, and TV that overlooked a stocked fish pond. During the week we were there, which was just prior to the campground closing for the winter, there was a number of activities that brought campers together, such as a cookout, skeet shooting, fishing, golf outing, and happy hour. A few sites had plenty of room for the largest rig and a vehicle. Bathrooms and laundry were very clean. Very quiet and peaceful and a perfect campground to serve as a home base to hike and see the many waterfalls in the area. The only side note is that you make sure you follow the directions on their website, which stresses the third "driveway" past the Post Office, or else you will miss the turn. We will definitely stay here again when in the area. - Michael8585
Aug 2014 - $35.00
We concur with all of the previous feedback re: the fantastic hosts, friendly & helpful seasonal campers, the quiet campground, beautiful landscape, creek with waterfalls, etc. This is our favorite campground ever! We Love this place! We searched for a campground in a location with cooler summer climates; this was the third one we toured. We knew immediately that this was the place. We made reservations for a month's stay. Enjoyed it so much, we extended our stay another month. Daily happy hours, weekly golf outings, grill outs, pot luck dinners & host-prepared meals are on the monthly calendar. This campground is geared towards adults, but families are welcome. We've always appreciated RV park reviews, although we have never written a review ourselves. We love this place so much, we felt compelled to sign-up and write a review so fellow campers can enjoy this gem. - Ruffin' It
Jul 2006 - $30.00
We have camped here before and were sorely disappointed to learn the this campground will be closing down for good at the end of October. The property has been sold to a developer to create a gated Equine community. This is a real gem, very secluded. We camped here in late July when it was 95 degrees everywhere in the south and the temperature in this campground at 5:00 PM was only 72 degrees - felt so good. The management/owners are very helpful. If you get the chance, experience the unique campground before it is gone. - dieseldrive
Aug 2005 - $30.00
The park is nestled in a valley between two mountains. It is very shaded and we had perfect temperatures (70-72) even though we were camping in August. The staff and owners are quite friendly and make you feel like one of the family. There are group activities on weekends, a (pay) trout pond and 20 miles in either direction are nice little towns with gift shops, restaurants, etc... The park is level, which is unusual in the mountains. Lots of trees, and some backing is tight, but the owner will help guide you into your spot. Expect a strain on your engine to get there--and check those brakes, too! This was one of the most peaceful, relaxing camping trips ever! We will definitely make this a regular thing. - McMudder